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Steve NorthBorn: 1965 (age: 58)
He had his first major role playing fireman Colin Parrish in four series of the ITV drama London's Burning. He has since appeared in numerous shows on British television, including Doctor Who Christmas Special 2010, EastEnders, The Bill, The Day Britain Stopped, Murphy's Law, Holby City, Midsomer Murders, Doctors, Is Harry on the Boat?, Eastenders: E20 and Casualty. North also played one of the two lead roles in the award winning stage play Meeting Joe Strummer with Emmerdale actor Nick Miles. He was the solo performer in the original stage adaptation of Nick Hornby's "Fever Pitch", which ran at The Arts Theatre London in 1995.
He co-wrote the film South West 9 and directed the award winning short film Cregan for Screen South.
North is a supporter of Brighton and Hove Albion FC, and has co-written two books about the club, Build a Bonfire (Mainstream Publishing 1997) and "We Want Falmer" (Stripe Publishing 2011).
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